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|Rebuff (جھڑک دینا ۔ ٹھکرا دینا)|
to snub, reject, or refuse
Unfortunately I have to rebuff your expensive gift because we hardly know each other.
Something that causes damage, harm or loss
Smoking is a detriment to good health.
To insult intentionally, especially openly
By not bowing to the queen, you have shown an affront to the entire royal family.
something of doubtful meaning
The ambiguity begins to disappear as more explanations are made.
Someone who takes more time than necessary
Because Jenna is always the last one to arrive on our outings, she is considered the laggard of our group
Outrage (غم و غصہ)
to produce anger or resentment in
Many people expressed outrage at the court’s decision.
not easily convinced; having doubts or reservations
I was skeptical when the doctor suggested I try massage for my headaches, but it really helped.
Onus (ذمہ داری)
a difficult or disagreeable responsibility or necessity
Being a leader is difficult because in this position one must bear the onus of making decisions for a group of people.
Prudent (محتاط – ہوشیار)
careful or wise in handling practical matters
As parents, we must teach our children to make prudent choices about their futures.
unsure; not definite or positive; hesitant
Due to the storm, the plane’s arrival time is tentative.
Imbecile (کم ذہن انسان)
a person lacking intelligence or common sense
When Alan gets drunk, he starts to act like an imbecile.
Admonish (نصیحت – تاکید کرنا)
to reprove or scold, especially in a mild and good-willed manner
Stewart is going to admonish the restaurant for poor customer service.
Derogatory (توہین آمیز)
conveying a poor opinion of something or someone
When talking about his rival, the politician made a derogatory statement that became a trending topic on Twitter
one whose job is to keep watch and protect
The armed sentinel stood outside of the meeting room to make sure no one interrupted the two world leaders.
difficult to find, catch, or achieve
Since I am not very good at math, earning an “A” in geometry is an elusive goal for me.
the quality of being unfit or inept
Since the doctor’s ineptitude led to my husband’s death, I filed a lawsuit against him
When the ravishing woman entered the room, all eyes were drawn to her beauty.
Ruthless (بے رحم – سنگدل)
feeling or showing no mercy; hardhearted
The dictator is ruthless and will kill anyone who challenges his authority.
a state of confusion or disorder
The turmoil in the stock market is causing investors to rethink their buying and selling decisions.
of crucial significance
In this day and age, social media marketing is pivotal to a company’s success.
one who rudely acts as though he is better than other people
The young professor thought he knew everything and was too arrogant to listen to his mentor’s advice.
Elation (خوشی کا احساس)
a feeling of joy and pride
After graduation, there was a feeling of elation amongst all the graduates.
to postpone until later
The doctor has decided to defer the surgery until my health improves.
Lucrative (منافع بخش)
producing wealth; profitable
Mr. Chen makes a lucrative income by selling fresh tuna at the market.
the time period when a young person becomes a grownup
Perhaps my worse challenge during adolescence was the acne that covered my face.
To punish (a person) without legal process or authority
The blood-thirsty mob lynched the alleged killer of the child.
Lethal (جان لیوا – مہلک)
Causing or capable of causing death
Because the medicine had a lethal side effect, I needed to take it under a doctor’s supervision.
guilt or regret for a misdeed
Bill felt remorse when he crashed his friend’s car.
Yell (چلانا ،چیخنا)
To cry out loudly, as in pain, fright, surprise, or enthusiasm.
There are going to be people who violate traffic rules and yell at you instead.
Enviable (قابل رشک)
worthy of envy; very desirable
Most of the real estate agents are jealous of Peter’s enviable sales record.
A stupid person; a dolt
He was an absolute dunce at school.
Deliberately (جان بوجھ کر)
I’m sure he says these things deliberately to annoy me.
Profligate (فضول خرچی – بدکار)
wildly extravagant or wasteful; a dissolute man in fashionable society
Tim made a lot of profligate purchases after winning the lottery.
Footling (تھوڑا – معمولی)
Lacking importance or significance
His footling gestures were insufficient to win back my favor.
Strut (اکڑکر چلنا)
to walk in a pompous manner; swagger
She told him not to strut around because it made him look silly